Written by Therese
(4/14/2013 8:47 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Caroline and Darcy, penned by bridget d
Yes, he took Caroline's regard as a due and am sure he found her superficial, artful etc (but I am sure her behaviour got worse when she became jealous of Elizabeth).
But I wonder too, if except maybe his own sister, he had ever seen any "truly amiable" woman.
I see Darcy as having never seen before Elizabeth, any woman "worthy of being pleased" and maybe did he feel doomed to celibacy or chosing any of those artificial women, why not Caroline, without any probability of "connubial felicity".